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The largest segment of workforce in the country belongs to the unorganized sector. The Planning Commission set up a working Group which identified seven sectors namely- agriculture, construction, shops and establishments , beedi and cigar manufacturing , homework, eating places and waste management, as most common in un-organized sector out of which the construction sector is most important. Present paper is an attempt to evaluate the Environmental and Safety aspects of construction sites in India.


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Singh, A. K. ., Gautam, A. ., & Siddiqui, N. . (2013). Aspects of environment, health and safety at construction. Environment Conservation Journal, 14(1&2), 103–105.


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